It took me a while to finally get to a point where I could write about the waiver wire this week. Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2015: Week 9 Waiver Wire Targets And My Five Stages Of Grief For Le’Veon Bell”
Thursday Night Football has another very good matchup for us. For that we are all thankful. Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2015: Thursday Night Audibles For Ravens Vs. Steelers”
Injuries are starting to mount for quite a few fantasy stars (and emerging options as well).
Just when Tevin Coleman started rolling a rib injury may force him to miss multiple weeks. Drew Brees and Tony Romo both went down with injuries that will cause them to miss multiple weeks. Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2015: Week 3 Waiver Targets”
This is the year the AFC gets a little crazy.
There isn’t a dominant team despite what fans want to believe. There are teams that are beginning to see a shift in their fortunes. Most of those teams play in the AFC East, which is where the root of the craziness could occur this season. Continue reading “2015 NFL Preview: AFC Divisional Predictions”
Wanna know how to be bold in fantasy football? Pick a name or names you really like for the season and predict that player to reach heights only you believe imaginable. Boldly predict that their success isn’t solely predicated on another man’s failure, but on talent that can’t be suppressed by veterans or newcomers. Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2015: Nine Bold Fantasy Football Predictions For ’15”
You will no doubt rely on them at least once this season. Those bargain players that get you by on a bye week or through a tough stretch of injuries or suspensions. They’re always on the waiver wire, a Branden Oliver or Chris Sims. Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2015: Fantasy Football “Bargain” Players (A.K.A. The Deep Sleepers) That Could Hit It Big In ’15″
Leading up to the start of the 2015 NFL season I will be previewing last year’s playoff teams and their chances of making it back to the postseason
Record: 10-6 (tied for 2nd AFC North; Wild Card) Continue reading “About Last Year: Previewing The Baltimore Ravens 2015 Playoff Outlook”
They can be season saving revelations (Odell Beckham, Jr.) or send an entire positional unit into limbo (Bishop Sankey). I’m here to help you keep perspective while not talking yourself out of some of these players entirely.
A word of caution before I begin: very few are worth building your team around unless you’re playing in a Dynasty League. As long as you remember this, we’re going to be just fine. Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2015: Ranking The Top-6 Rookies To Target In Fantasy Football”
2015 NFL Draft is in the books.
The first thing I am going to let you know is I don’t do “Draft Grades.” I’m not a teacher, and this was not a test. With that, what you will find here is my opinion/analysis of what teams I thought did the best addressing their needs and who didn’t.
That’s it. Pretty simple.
I was listening to the radio and the topic turned to something I hadn’t thought about in quite some time with regards to the NBA.
Do you remember how the NBA used to be viewed because of serious drug problems, fighting in arenas, and off-court image issues? Whatever was associated with bad was associated with the NBA. Continue reading “Jameis Winston Situation Shows Deeper Issue With Institution Of Football”